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Do Not Let Mold Growth Damage Your Wines. Invest in a High-Grade Wine Cellar Cooling Unit Installed by an Expert.

Through Wall Wine Cellar Cooling Unit Seattle

Through Wall Wine Cellar Cooling Unit Installed in a Seattle Home

Nowadays, most wine cellars are equipped with a wine cooling unit. Wine’s aging process requires optimum conditions. Therefore, it is essential that you invest in a high-grade wine cellar cooling unit installed by an expert. At Custom Wine Cellars Seattle, we are composed of experienced and knowledgeable HVAC specialists who will ensure that no mold growth can damage your prized wine collection.   

Mold Growth: How it Can Be Prevented with the Help of a Wine Cellar Cooling Unit Expert in Seattle   

Pairing a meal with your favorite wine makes dining more enjoyable. The main reason why residential and business owners invest in a climate-controlled wine cellar is to store their wine collection in a safe environment, aside from creating an attractive wine display.  

Keep in mind that poor conditions will damage the overall characteristics of your wines. Since wine is a delicate beverage, it has to be kept in a place that provides optimum conditions.  

For long-term storage, wine cannot be stored in your kitchen refrigerator. Custom Wine Cellars Seattle recommends building a refrigerated wine room in your home, restaurant, retail store, bar, or hotel to ensure that your wines reach their peak maturation before they are ready for consumption.   

Some of the common causes of wine spoilage are poor insulation, variation in humidity levels, and a faulty wine refrigeration system. Any of these can trigger mold growth. Moreover, the wrong wine cellar cooling unit will also have adverse effects on your wines.  

Humidity Levels Outside the Normal Range: What are the Causes? 

Mold Growth Inside the Wine Cellar Cooling Unit Coil Fixed by Seattle HVAC Experts

Mold Growth Inside the Wine Cellar Cooling Unit Coil Fixed by Seattle HVAC Experts

Humidity is one of the essential factors to consider when building residential and commercial wine cellars. The ideal humidity level in a refrigerated wine room is 60 to 70 percent. If the humidity reaches above the maximum range, mold will grow in your wine cellar, and this kind of problem should not be ignored. Failure to fix it will result in costly mistakes in the future, including losing your favorite vintages.  

Mold grows in wine cellars where there is a lack or no vapor barrier and insulation. A vapor barrier helps regulate the humidity levels by separating the conditions in your wine cellar from your home environment. Moreover, if there is a lack or inadequate insulation in your wine room, the humidity level will rise and cause condensation formation.  

Insulating the walls and ceiling of your wine room will create an airtight seal. This process will prevent the cold air from escaping your wine cellar and the warm air from entering, thus, maintaining the ideal humidity levels.   

Aside from sealing your wine storage area before the installation of your wine racks, cooling unit, door, and flooring, another vital component in building a wine room in Seattle is the wine cellar cooling unit. It plays a significant role in maintaining the humidity inside your wine room. 

Adverse Effects of Mold Growth 

Mold growth will damage the structural integrity of your walls, ceiling, and wine racks. High humidity levels can also trigger mold growth on the cork. The mold will contaminate the wine and may cause unpleasant flavors and smells.  Unregulated humidity levels will also cause mold to grow inside your wine cellar cooling unit, causing system failure. The wine labels may also be damaged by the mold caused by high humidity levels in your wine cellar. 

If you do not want these wine storage problems to happen, you must hire a professional who knows and understands the importance of the wine cellar cooling unit in preserving your wine’s desirable properties.  

Why Your Wine Cellar Cooling Unit Must be Determined and Installed by an Expert in Seattle 

A High-Grade WIne Cellar Cooling Unit Installed by an Seattle Expert Will Prevent Mold Growth in Your residential or Commercial Wine Cellar

A High-Grade Wine Cellar Cooling Unit Installed by a Seattle Expert Will Prevent Mold Growth in Your residential or Commercial Wine Cellar

At Custom Wine Cellars Seattle, we had some clients who reached out and sought our help to fix mold problems in their wine cellar. They worked with a contractor in building their refrigerated wine room. Because of a lack of knowledge, the wrong type and size of wine cellar cooling unit was installed. Later on, the wine cellar owners noticed mold on the cork and wine labels.     

Our team discovered that some of the wine cellars were not insulated correctly while others had the wrong type of wine cellar cooling unit or a malfunctioning refrigeration system.   

How an Expert Determines the Right Wine Cellar Cooling Unit for Your Residential or Commercial Wine Cellar  

There are major advantages to hiring an HVAC expert. At Custom Wine Cellars Seattle, we perform a heat load calculation to help us determine the ideal type, size, and capacity of wine refrigeration system for your needs.  

We offer different types of wine cellar cooling units in building wine rooms in Seattle: 

  • Self-contained or the through-the-wall wine Refrigeration Systems 
  • Ducted Split Wine Cellar Cooling Units 
  • Ducted Self-Contained Wine Cellar Refrigeration Systems 
  • Ductless Split Wine Cellar Cooling Systems 

The following trusted manufacturers supply all of our wine cellar cooling units: 

For many years, they have been providing wine cellar cooling solutions both for small and large applicationsWe have made our clients happy with their climate-controlled wine room.  

Ways to Prevent Mold Growth in Your Custom Wine Cellar in Seattle 

There are many ways to prevent mold growth in your wine room. Choose a reliable builder who has extensive experience and knowledge about the proper construction of wine cellars and the technical requirements in installing a wine cellar cooling unit. With a careful and correct assessment, we will be able to identify the brand and model that will meet your aesthetic and functional needs.   

In other cases where the cause of mold growth is a leaky roof, a faulty plumbing system, or a leaking wine cellar cooling unit, do not hesitate to call Custom Wine Cellars Seattle at  +1 (206) 792-9912. You may also fill out our quick quote form here.